[Foundation] proxy votes

Alexander Gnauck gnauck at myjabber.net
Mon Jul 21 14:01:38 CDT 2003


i totally agree.
And it should also be possible to vote with "abstain" for the people that
are undecided on a topic.
I think its not good to force a yes or no when you undecided.


Russell Davis wrote:
> He comes and goes but he really isn't usable or suitable for the
> situation we find ourselves in with both membership re/applications
> and a "referendum". I have not decided 100% my position on the name
> change proposal but i have on memberships, but i am unable to cast my
> votes until i vote on the namechange proposal. This really isn't a
> good thing and it's not entirely fair either as quite a few people
> will just say yes or no to shut him up without really thinking
> through the consequences of doing so and thereby skewing the results
> one way or the other. It's too late to do anything now about it
> (memberbot coming online just before the weekend when all who could
> have done something about it are normally not around didn't help) but
> in future when we find ourselves with multiple subject votes could we
> have a seperate instance of memberbot or his offspring for each
> seperate vote please (not including membership applications as they
> are one vote of course)
> bst rgrds
> Russell
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